The 2014 season is just a few months away, so it's time to analyze how the New York Jets stack up across the board.
I've already looked at the depth charts at quarterback and running back. Now, it's time to take a glance at the receiving corps.
Wide receiver has been one of the team's weak points for years now, and even with the additions of Eric Decker and several promising rookies, the position is still loaded with question marks.
New York currently possesses 13 wideouts on its roster, but judging from previous seasons, it is only likely to keep six.
That means that more than half of the receivers on the current depth chart won't be on the team in September.
Players such as Vidal Hazelton, Clyde Gates and Greg Salas have little to no chance of making the final roster, as they've managed to stick around the last couple years simply because the Jets lacked any talent or depth at the position.
Youngsters Quincy Enunwa, Michael Campbell and Saalim Hakim will also likely be cut, as there's simply not room for them on the 53-man squad. However, one or two of them could find themselves on the practice squad.
That leaves seven remaining wideouts competing for six jobs, so let's look at how I see the depth chart at receiver shaping up in 2014.